• Taku Manu Tāwhiowhio

      King, JS (AUT University; Tāmata Toiere, 2011)
      I te marama o Hakihea, i te tau 2010, i toko ake te huatau kia titoa tētehi waiata mō Tā Pāora Reeves. Nā tōna kaha ki te mahi i te ao Māori, i te ao Pākehā, ā, i te ao Atua anō hoki. E mohiotia whānuitia ana e te tī, e ...
    • Taku Maukura e Rere Rā

      King, JS (AUT University; Te Ipukarea, 2011)
      He Poroporoaki ki a Tā Pāora Reeves, Te Manukura o Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makaurau 2005-20011. Poroporoaki are eulogies, or farewell speeches to the dead, and contain beautiful language and express people’s grief. ...
    • Te Ao Taketake

      King, JS (AUT University; Tāmata Toiere, 2011)
      Kua roa tā tātou whawhai, arā, tā te ao taketake whawhai ki a tauiwi, mō te mana motuhake o te tangata. Kei roto i ngā pukapuka hītori me ngā kōrero tuku iho a ngā tūpuna te taunakitanga o ngā taukumekume, o ngā kakaritanga ...
    • Te Ha Whakawairua, Whakatinanan, i Te Matauranga Maori i Te Whare: the validation of indigneous knowledge within the university academy

      Ka'ai, T. M. (Te Kaharoa, 2008)
      This article employs a case-study approach to examine the crucial roles played by Māori Studies Departments in Universities throughout Aotearoa/New Zealand. Comparisons are drawn with similar centres of learning, teaching, ...
    • Te Whakaako i Te Reo: teaching Maori using the Te Whanake collection

      Moorfield, J. C. (Te Kaharoa, 2008)
      In this article, the use of the Te Whanake textbooks and resources – a comprehensive series designed to teach Maori as a second language to adults – is evaluated. Issues of teaching methodologies, the content of the ...
    • The emergence and evolution of urban Māori authorities: a response to Māori urbanisation

      Keiha, P. A.; Moon, P. (Te Kaharoa, 2008)
      When considering cultures and peoples in virtually any context, there can be an underlying tendency to compartmentalise these groups and make assumptions about their features and characteristics that are not necessarily ...
    • The job of thinking people: dialogues with Sefita Hao’uli, Kalafi Moala, and Melino Maka

      Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Ara Poutama, Auckland University of Technology, 2013)
      Howard Zinn wrote “it is the job of thinking people not to be on the side of the executioners” (Zinn, 2003). Democracy by Zinn’s view operates beyond state nationalism and a capitalist economy. Represented in people ...
    • The Māuipreneur

      Keelan, T. J. (Te Kaharoa, 2010)
      The concept of the Māuipreneur is a metaphor that brings together two apparently unrelated domains interacting to create new meaning or insight that did not exist before the metaphor was encountered. In this case the two ...
    • The role of Marae in tertiary education institutions

      Ka'ai, T. M. (Te Kaharoa, 2008)
      This article explores the notion of the role of a marae in tertiary education institutions, from the experience of advocating for a new building for what was initially simply Maori Studies at Otago, which is the primary ...
    • ‘The Treaty of Waitangi: how we got it and how we killed it’

      Moon, P (Te Akatea Maori Principals Association, 2014)
      This keynote presentation will examine the trail of events and accidents that led to the sudden decision by British officials in 1839 that a treaty would be needed for New Zealand. It will then follow the incidents right ...
    • ‘The Treaty of Waitangi: how we got it and how we killed it’

      Moon, P (Te Akatea Maori Principals Association, 2014)
      This keynote presentation will examine the trail of events and accidents that led to the sudden decision by British officials in 1839 that a treaty would be needed for New Zealand. It will then follow the incidents right ...
    • ‘They Bleed from Long-Healed Scars’: a Nietzschean Psychological Perspective on the Literature of Inherited Colonial Trauma in New Zealand

      Moon, E; Derby, M (Te Ara Poutama, Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      How do we account for the ideological orientation of so much of the literature produced by academics in New Zealand over the past three decades dealing with the state of the country’s indigenous population? Specifically, ...
    • Tonga's metaphoric hangings

      Brown Pulu, T (Te Ara Poutama, AUT University, 2015)
      No abstract.
    • Transnational Tongan Life

      Brown Pulu, T; Pamatatau, R (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      As a branch of migration studies, transnational studies explores how migrants stay connected to the old country by keeping up loyalties to the homeland where they were born and still have kinfolk still living. The trans ...
    • Tūwhitia Te Hopo, Mairangatia Te Angitū

      Cowell, J (Te Ara Poutama - the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development, Auckland University of Technology, 2017)
      Tokohia kē nei ngā tāngata e whai ana, e ako ana i te reo Māori ka patua tonutia, ka whakatekotekotia anō e tēnei mea rongonui, e te whakamā? I ēnei rā, ko te nuinga o ngā pakeke e kōrero Māori ana, he reo rua Māori. I ...
    • Who defines the Pacific voice?

      Brown Pulu, T; Pamatatau, R (Te Are Poutama, AUT University, 2015)
      No abstract.
    • Who Owns Tonga: Dialogues with Sefita Hao'uli, Kalafi Moala, and Melino Maka

      Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Kaharoa: The e-Journal on Indigenous Pacific Issues, 2014)
      Abstract “Who owns Tonga?” asked Sefita Hao’uli. “We do. The people,” I quickly pitched back. But do we really? Quietly I second guessed myself after blurting out an idealistic reply. It might have sufficed the correct ...
    • Who owns Tonga: dialogues with Sefita Hao'uli, Kalafi Moala, and Melino Maka

      Brown Pulu, TJ (Te Ara Poutama – the Faculty of Maori and Indigenous Development – Auckland University of Technology, 2014)
      “Who owns Tonga?” asked Sefita Hao’uli. “We do. The people,” I quickly pitched back. But do we really? Quietly I second guessed myself after blurting out an idealistic reply. It might have sufficed the correct response in ...
    • Who's who in the zoo: Tonga election 2014

      Brown Pulu, T (Te Ara Poutama, AUT University, 2014)
      This paper reflects on fieldwork Teena Brown Pulu and Richard Pamatatau conducted in Tonga on the people’s election and the nobles’ election of November 27th 2014. Who’s who in the zoo? Ethnographically speaking we mean ...
    • Zoo in a sea of poop

      Brown Pulu, T (tonganz.net, 2015)
      The German physicist Albert Einstein defined insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. He could have been describing ‘Akilisi Pohiva and certain ministers of his hand-picked cabinet ...